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Written by Bradley Schlegel Correspondent
April 27, 2016

        A motion to fire the Upper Perk Police Commission's solicitor failed along municipal lines Monday.

        Vice Chairman Kris Kirkwood, Vicki Lightcap and Bruce Lord, Pennsburg's members, voted in favor of the motion to remove Philip Gazan.

        Chairman Robert McCluskie, Ryan Sloyer and Marita Thomson, the trio representing East Greenville, cast a vote in opposition.

        "The issues with the solicitor highlight the problems with this commission," said Kirkwood, the president of Pennsburg borough council, in a statement after the meeting. "Pennsburg has asked for support because of how we feel about the solicitor. East Greenville refuses to validate those feelings."...



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